Riverside County short term vacation rental info. If you own a home, an event site, a multi acre property with a large home on it that you want to use as a short term vacation rental property or wedding venue or event site, be sure to check with the County regarding the rules and regulations they’ve got in place! There is a physical office in both Palm Desert and Riverside. The County planner are very responsive. If you are looking to buy or sell homes, land, investment opportunities, equestrian property, give local realtor, Kim Kelly a call today at 760-285-3578.
Short term vacation rental permits are being limited or new applications put on hold for many of our Coachella Valley cities. Palm Springs has a maximum number of rentals an owner can do a year. Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert, Cathedral City, La Quinta and Indio all have their own guidelines. Check with the city BEFORE you write an offer! Go to their websites to start; here’s the La Quinta short term rental info.
Riverside County also has limitations and guidelines, BUT short term vacation rental properties are welcome! As long as the host is responsible and responsive to noise complaints, doesn’t have more people than is allowed/acre, doesn’t hold more events than is allowed for the event site, has the proper parking spaces available and ingress and egress for fire/emergency vehicles, you will find that there is very good ROI to be made in the Eastern cities of Coachella, Thermal and Vista Santa Rosa. Indio also has short term vacation rentals, but every area has different requirements, and each HOA does as well. If you buy in an HOA anywhere in the valley, be double careful to read the CC&R’s carefully. Call the management company if you still are not clear on the rules & regulations for renting. Take the tour below for a terrific potential event site/rental opportunity in Thermal offered for $1,550,000.